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State Representatives Alexander Kolodin, Joseph Chaplik, and Gail Griffin (Chair of the House Committee on Natural Resources, Energy & Water), and State Senator John Kavanagh are hosting a …
The city of Scottsdale reduced municipal water use by 38 million gallons in 2022, following through on a commitment made last January in the face of worsening drought in the Colorado River basin.
Scottsdale resident Hannah Wiegand has been named to the dean’s list at James Madison University for the fall 2022 semester.
Tax season is here, and Scottsdale Community College is offering free, basic income tax return preparation with electronic filing for the community.
Refresh & Recycle
Scottsdale’s alleyways see major aesthetic improvements with the city’s refresh campaign — just in time for the anticipated crowds heading to the Valley.
An elected member of Arizona’s House of Representatives is asking the state’s corporation commission to move swiftly in an attempt to rectify water needs in the Rio Verde Foothills …
Students at Camelback Desert School in Scottsdale recently donated $500 in gift cards to Child Crisis Arizona.
A judge has declined to make Scottsdale resume sending water to Rio Verde Foothills, saying government, not the courts, should resolve the issue.
“Water is life in Arizona,” Maricopa …